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Eyesore & The Jinx take inspiration from retro video games for their new ‘Leisure Time’ video

Catch the band at a load of live shows over the next few months.
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Published: 4:45 pm, October 24, 2019
Eyesore & The Jinx take inspiration from retro video games for their new ‘Leisure Time’ video

Eyesore & The Jinx have shared a new video for ‘Leisure Time’.

Inspired by retro video games, the clip arrives to coincide with their addition to the line-up for Netherlands festival Eurosonic.

Bassist and singer Josh Miller says: “From the perspective of an unhinged holiday maker, ‘Leisure Time’ points a greasy, heavily lotioned finger at the care-free nature of the British expat. Whose enduring commitment to enjoying themselves, at the expense of other cultures, remains as visible and as grotesque as ever. It is, in short, a sun-stroked blather on the most miserable of holidays."

The band also have some shows during the next few weeks, and a 'forthcoming' EP:

OCTOBER
23 The Eagle Inn, Manchester (w/ Ice Baths)
26 Drop the Dumbulls, Liverpool (OHMNS’ All-Dayer)

NOVEMBER
15 The Finsbury, London (FREE headline)
16 Restless Bear, St Mary’s Creative Space, Chester
16 Eggy Records, SOUND, Liverpool (headline)

JANUARY
12 Rockaway Beach Festival, Bognor Regis
16 Eurosonic Festival, Groningen, The Netherlands

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